Category Archives: Worship

The conundrum of Roman Catholicism

Reasons for encouragement about God’s work in the Roman Catholic Church I listened to an mp3 conversion of the video from the National Catholic Prayer Breakfast recently, and I enjoyed it very much. You can watch it here: This year’s guest speakers were his Eminence Cardinal Sean O’Malley of Boston and Robert P. George of the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom. This prayer breakfast, now in its 10th year, grew out of the … Continue reading

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Smith’s “open letter to worship bands”

I have been worshipping the Lord for many years, in different cultures, alone and together with other believers. I admit that, in the last 15 years or so, I have found it increasingly difficult to participate in corporate worship in most of the congregations with which I have worshipped. Some of this I attribute to the “generation gap,” and the increasing speed with which new generations arise. I appreciate the time and energy that many leaders … Continue reading

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